Poland’s capital is
often ignored by visitors to the country in favour of the historic royal city
of Kraków. But we think that is a real shame: Warsaw is a wonderful city, with its
very own UNESCO World Heritage Site at its historic heart.
It is a city that has
seen some dramatic events over the years and has many fascinating historical
sites. With incredible architecture, great museums and galleries and peaceful
parks, there is more than enough to keep visitors happy.
We think Durham is almost the perfect getaway.
The city itself is small, so it is straightforward to get around. But it is
also big enough to keep you more than entertained for a few days. It is a city
with a long and fascinating history, and is one of those places that has
surprises around every corner. Here is Quingo Scooter’s guide to some of the
most accessible sights in the wonderful city of Durham.
the atmosphere of the historic cathedral
Durham’s wonderful cathedral dominates the city
and you will have no problems finding it!
Cambridge is famous the world over for its
first class university, and of course that institution certainly dominates this
fantastic town. But beyond the colleges and the hustle and bustle of student
life, there are also plenty of other things to see in this historic place: and
many of them are accessible for all visitors. Here are just a few of our
Of course, no visit to Cambridge would be
complete without spending a bit of time in and around the city’s iconic
We feel that one of the most important things about art, of any kind, is that it should be able to be enjoyed by all. And so while we are fortunate in the UK to have some of the best art collections in the world, it is also great to see that so many of our most interesting galleries are accessible to everyone. Here is Quingo Scooters pick of some of the best.
The National Gallery, London
We had to start our round up with the National Gallery in London: it is one of the most famous art galleries in the world, and is packed with some incredible treasures of European art in particular.
Wells isn’t huge, but there is still plenty for visitors to enjoy in this gorgeous city. It’s only 20 miles or so from the equally stunning Bath, but it really stands alone, not least because of its remarkable cathedral. The historic centre certainly brings in plenty of visitors, but there are also other hidden gems, including the regular market. Here’s our guide to accessible Wells.
It is tempting to start, as most visitors do, with the cathedral, but we feel that Wells’ regular outdoor market is an equally good place to get a taste of the city.